Join us at the Dunstan Film Club
The Don Dunstan Film Club offers you the opportunity to see some great films and, at the same time, help provide an outing to the movies for people who normally would not be able to get to the pictures.
In September 2017, we launched the Dunstan Film Club with an enjoyable screening of The Big Sick at the Mercury Cinema.
We will be showing more great movies in the October School Holidays!
13 Morphett Street, Adelaide
Thursday, 4 October 2018
$12.00 General Admission/ $7.00 (U18, members, unwaged, students)
Ticket price includes a snack and a soft drink on arrival.
Mercury Cinema | Thursday, 4 October
The Incredibles 2
Get ready this school holidays for some great family fun at the movies!
Experience the laughs and excitement, as the Parr family - Bob/Mr. Incredible, Helen/Elastigirl, Violet, Dash, and baby Jack-Jack again use their powers to rescue the people of their city.
The movie explores the Parrs' family dynamics and eventually pits them against a villain named Screenslaver. Like the original, the sequel has frequent, intense superhero action/violence, including large-scale destruction, frequent peril, weapons, and laser beams shooting out of a character's eyes. But there's also lots of humor, even in the action sequences, as well as themes of teamwork, courage, communication, and perseverance -- and how easy it is to be manipulated by the screens all around us.
“ The Incredibles 2 is more than peak summer entertainment. It's an exhilarating gift. ” Peter Travers | Rolling Stone
Crazy Rich Asians
Join us for what's been lauded as the rom-com of the year!. The film follows a passionate New York Economics Professor, Rachel (Constance Wu), who has been dating Nick (Henry Golding) for quite some time. When Nick learns about his best friend's wedding back in Singapore, he sees this as the perfect opportunity to bring Rachel along and introduce her to his family. However, Rachel doesn't know much about Nick's family including the fact that Nick just so happens to be from one of the wealthiest families in all of Asia. Can Rachel, a middle-class Asian American win over Nick's family and friends despite their social and economic differences?
“ Crazy Rich Asians was one of the most anticipated films of the summer, and I am happy to report that the film not only lives up to the hype but surpasses it. ” Scott Menzel | We Live Entertainment
Thursday, 29 March
“... in its emphasis on black imagination, creation and liberation, the movie becomes an emblem of a past that was denied and a future that feels very present. And in doing so opens up its world, and yours, beautifully. ” The New York Times